Raimohan Parida dies; Odia actor discovered hanging in his Bhubaneswar residence

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Raimohan Parida

Raimohan Parida, veteran Odia and theatre artiste was discovered hanging in his residence in Prachi Vihar space of Bhubaneswar on Friday, police stated. He was 58. Parida is survived by his spouse and two daughters. His relations discovered him hanging from the ceiling of his room within the morning. Prima facie, it appears to be a suicide case however additional investigation is underway, a police officer stated, including the physique will probably be despatched for autopsy examination. Many actors visited Parida’s residence to pay tributes and specific condolences.

Recognized for essaying damaging roles, Parida has acted in over 100 Odia movies and 15 Bengali films. He was additionally a preferred determine in theatre.


Common actor Siddhanta Mahapatra, who has acted with Parida in a number of films, stated, “It’s laborious to imagine that such a jolly particular person, who has skilled a number of ups and downs in life, can consider doing one thing like this. He was extremely profitable within the occupation.” One other actor Sritam Das stated it was unbelievable that Parida, who had change into a “hero from zero” may die by suicide.

Niranjan Patnaik, former state president of Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee tweeted, “Shri #RaimohanParida will probably be remembered for his versatile performing. He will probably be beloved and admired for years to return. Pained by his demise. Could his soul relaxation in peace.”


Parida’s neighbours stated they met him on Thursday and he appeared his normal self, and that he had a superb relationship with everybody.

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A local of Keonjhar district, Parida had acted in a number of superhit films, together with ‘Rama Laxman’, ‘Aasibu Kebe Saji Mo Rani’, ‘Naga Panchami’, ‘Udandi Sita’, ‘Tu Thile Mo Dara Kahaku’, ‘Rana Bhumi’, ‘Singha Bahini’, ‘Kulanandan’ and ‘Kandhei Aakhire Luha’.